Posted by: woodbeecarver   in Noggins


Tree Noggins  have been a staple carving project that is a good exercise in face carving with a rustic flair as well as a novelty carving that is popular at carving shows.  Here is the latest edition of Tree Noggins  to compliment previous postings on the same subject.  Leading the parade is another “split personality” carving in a basswood limb that contains both a white colored wood and a honey brown colored wood.  Looking straight into the face one can notice a crooked smile.  Looking at the profile of the white side of face one notices a smile while looking at the darker profile one sees a frown.  Sixteen Tree Noggins follow in a photographic journey with a variety of faces that were all carved using only a knife. (click on each photo to enlarge)


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